Equatorial Guinea is set to part ways with head coach Sebastian Migne barely a year after appointing him according to reports.
The tactician deal was slated to end in June 2020 and according to African Soccer News, the country's federation (FEGUIFUT) has decided against renewing the deal.
Migne who led Kenya's Harambee Stars in the 2019 African Cup of Nations was handed the reign of the team in November 2019 to replace Spaniard Angel Gomez.
His first two games with the team came in the 2021 AFCON Qualifiers where they faced Tanzania and Tunisia. The Frenchman registered losses in both games; falling 2-1 to Tanzania in Dar Es Salaam before going down by a solitary goal against Tunisia at home.
He will leave the team bottom of Group J with zero points with the federation now expected to appoint a new man ahead of their next qualifiers after the end of the coronavirus break.
He left Kenya in August 2019 on mutual consent and has recently, in an interview with Switch Tv, threatened to take the Football Kenya Federation to FIFA if his arrears are not paid on time.
Apart from Kenya and Equatorial Guinea, Migne has worked in Congo, Syria and Oman.